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Dirty Dozen 2019: Miami's Most Dastardly Scoundrels

1 month ago by Miami New Times staff
This year has been, shall we say, a wild ride. In 2019, we sweated through one of the hottest years on record, met Baby Yoda, and watched Congress lurch through the fourth presidential impeachment in U.S. history. Game of Thrones ended, Michael Jackson was officially canceled, and the U.S. women's...
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Brickell satellite firm Inmarsat accused of aiding Hamas

9 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Brickell satellite firm Inmarsat accused of aiding Hamas
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"Hamas" Vandal Tags Synagogue, Jewish Family's Car in Miami Beach

6 years ago by Tim Elfrink
On Saturday morning, a 22-year-old student named Rachel and her family left their home near 41st Street in Miami Beach to head to synagogue when they noticed a crowd gathered around their car. They quickly realized why: Someone had egged the vehicle and tagged "Hamas" on the window in cream...
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Five Times South Florida Politicians Absolutely Stepped in It on Facebook

4 months ago by Manuel Madrid
Last week, New Times reported on a brouhaha stirred by a recent Facebook post from Pembroke Pines Commissioner Jay Schwartz, who has been accused of racist dog-whistling for writing, seemingly out of the blue, that "Dade County politics" are not needed in Pembroke Pines.
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Israeli Woman Says Miami Satellite Company Is Helping Hamas Terrorists

9 years ago by Tim Elfrink
​For years after she moved to Sderot, a town near Israel's border with Gaza, life was quiet for Michelle Fendel. With her husband, Rabbi David Fendel, the Long Island-born transplant helped start a school in the countryside.Today, Sderot isn't so mundane. When an alarm network blares -- a weekly occurrence...
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Civil Rights Groups Plan Demonstration Criticizing Anti-Muslim South Florida Lawmaker

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
Hallandale Beach City Commissioner Anabelle Lima-Taub's career seems to be dangling on thin ice right now, and for good reason. Earlier this month, she claimed online that Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib, one of the first two Muslim women ever elected to U.S. Congress, was a "Hamas-loving anti-Semite" who might one...
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Amid Dueling Protests, Anabelle Lima-Taub Promotes Islamophobic Website With Ties to Pizzagate Conspiracy Theory UPDATED

1 year ago by Brittany Shammas
Earlier this month, Israeli-born Hallandale Beach Commissioner Anabelle Lima-Taub called Rashida Tlaib, one of America's first two Muslim congresswomen, a "Hamas-loving anti-Semite" who might someday "become a martyr and blow up Capitol Hill.” Lima-Taub was then widely condemned for her big mouth, even by the Anti-Defamation League. But the commissioner won't back down...
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South Florida Politician "Unapologetic" for Racist Comment, Compares Muslim Congresswoman to "Hitler"

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
Earlier this week, Hallandale Beach Commissioner Anabelle Lima-Taub decided, for some godforsaken reason, to post on Facebook that she was worried that Rashida Tlaib, one of the first two Muslim women elected to Congress, was a "Hamas-loving anti-Semite" who would "blow up Capitol Hill." In other words: With zero evidence, she accused a Palestinian-American of being a terrorist. That's racist, full stop.
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Bill Would Label Criticism of Israel in Florida Schools "Anti-Semitic"

1 year ago by Jerry Iannelli
In May 2018, the state of South Carolina passed a bill lawmakers said was aimed at fighting anti-Semitism in the state's public school system. But many critics were instead alarmed: Rather than simply cracking down on speech critical of Jewish people, the bill instead banned criticism of the state...
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Five International TV Series That Deserve Your Couch Time

3 years ago by Elisabeth Vincentelli
Once upon a time, in the dark ages of not-that-long-ago, foreign television was a mysterious land beyond our reach. Aside from the occasional British import, the wonders of international series were limited to those equipped with multi-region DVD players. Scandinavian gloom mostly stayed in Scandinavia. Thanks to streaming, it’s now...

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